Nobody can stop Shohei with a 15-game hitting streak
A three-game series between the Los Angeles Angels and the Texas Rangers opened at Angels Stadium on September 30, EST. The Angels' two-way star, Shohei Ohtani, started the game as a designated hitter and batting third. Shohei had 2 for four with a strikeout, improving to .276, his season-best batting average, and recording his 41st multi-game, his best.
Ohtani bashed a knuckle curve to have a hard drive single to the right fielder to stretch his career-high hitting streak to fifteen games in his first at-bat in the first inning.
Shohei nubbed a roller to the third baseman's range in his fourth at-bat in the seventh. However, it luckily resulted in an infield single because the Rangers infielders shifted to the right for Ohtani.
Shohei has stuck at home run No.34 in 17 consecutive games since he had the last one. But, the two-way player hit a long fly to the center fielder near the fence in his second at-bat in the third.
The Angels took the first game off the Rangers, 4-1, for their fifth straight win.
(MLB No.112 KAISPO No.1,252)
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